Re: [NTG-context] Float positioning

2020-04-09 Thread Geert Dobbels
Hello,

Maybe I did not understand the problem, but doesn't the code below give
you the expected result?:

\setupexternalfigures[location={local,default}]

\starttext

\dorecurse{3}{\input{knuth}}

\placefigure[force]{cow}{\externalfigure[cow][width=150mm]}

\input{knuth}

\placefigure[force,page]{one more cow}{\externalfigure[cow][width=150mm]}

\placefigure[force,page]{cow again}{\externalfigure[cow][width=150mm]}

\dorecurse{10}{\input{knuth}}

\stoptext


Geert

On 06/04/2020 13:15, Alexey Kryukov wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> Suppose I have the following document:
>
> \setupexternalfigures[location={local,default}]
> \starttext
>
> \dorecurse{3}{\input{knuth}}
> \placefigure[top]{cow}{\externalfigure[cow][width=150mm]}
> \input{knuth}
> \placefigure[page]{one more cow}{\externalfigure[cow][width=150mm]}
> \placefigure[page]{cow again}{\externalfigure[cow][width=150mm]}
> \dorecurse{10}{\input{knuth}}
> \stoptext
>
> Here I would expect the text flow to continue below the first image,
> and then two more images to be positioned on separate pages. Instead I
> get no text at all at the page with the Figure 1 and one more
> blank page after it. Only after the last image the text flow continues.
>
> Since similar situations are very common for documents which contain
> several large illustrations, I would like to know if there are any
> workarounds for the problem.
>

___
If your question is of interest to others as well, please add an entry to the 
Wiki!

maillist : ntg-context@ntg.nl / http://www.ntg.nl/mailman/listinfo/ntg-context
webpage  : http://www.pragma-ade.nl / http://context.aanhet.net
archive  : https://bitbucket.org/phg/context-mirror/commits/
wiki : http://contextgarden.net
___


Re: [NTG-context] splitted xtable with repeating headers and placetable

2020-04-04 Thread Geert Dobbels
Wolfgang,

Below is what I think is the bare minimum to explain this question
(sorry for not doing it right from the beginning...)

As I said, with the code as it is below, the header is not repeated
after the first page, but the table is in the right place.

Replacing "split=yes" by "split=repeat" makes the header repeat
correctly but puts the beginning of the table on the next page, leaving
the first page nearly completely blank.

In both cases, the "header=repeat" setting has no influence at all on
the behaviour and can be omitted without changing the results.

As I read in some other posts, sometimes putting the table in a float
can help, so I tried this (by removing the 3 "%" in the code below), but
there seems to be a conflict with the figure in the page header, and it
stops with an error message.

However, replacing the figure in the page header by a normal text
suddenly solves the problem: putting "split" in the setupfloat and
"header=repeat" in the setupxtable gives me a table with repeated
headers that starts exactly where I want it to start. Apparently in this
case, the "headers=repeat" is necessary. Unfortunately, I need a company
logo up in the page header, which is what causes the error for which I
have no explanation.

btw: I am using context standalone version: 2020.01.30 14:13

=

\setuppapersize[A4, landscape]

\setuplayout[location=middle, width=27.5cm, height=18cm,
backspace=1cm,header=4cm]

\setupcaptions[location=none]

\setupbackgrounds[header][text][background={Logos}, state=repeat]

\defineoverlay

[Logos][{

\framed[width=\textwidth, height=3cm, align=right, strut=no, offset=none]{

\framed[width=0.280\textwidth,height=3cm,align=right,]

{\placefigure[force][]{none}{\externalfigure[somepic.png][height=1.9cm]} }

\framed[width=0.430\textwidth,height=3cm,align=middle] {sometext in the
middle}

\framed[width=0.270\textwidth, height=3cm, align=middle]{sometext on the
right}

}

}]

%\setupfloat[table][default={force,split}]

\setupxtable[ option=stretch,split=repeat,header=repeat,align=middle]

\setupxtable[head][background=color,backgroundcolor=gray,foregroundcolor=red]

\starttext

Some lines of text. This text must come just before the table, but only
on the first page of the table

\def\onerow{

\startxrow

\startxcell first \stopxcell

\startxcell second \stopxcell

\startxcell third \stopxcell

\startxcell fourth \stopxcell

\startxcell fifth \stopxcell

\startxcell sixth \stopxcell

\stopxrow}

%\startplacetable

\startxtable

\startxtablehead[head]

\onerow

\stopxtablehead

\startxtablebody

\dorecurse{40}{\onerow}

\stopxtablebody

\stopxtable

%\stopplacetable

\stoptext

___
If your question is of interest to others as well, please add an entry to the 
Wiki!

maillist : ntg-context@ntg.nl / http://www.ntg.nl/mailman/listinfo/ntg-context
webpage  : http://www.pragma-ade.nl / http://context.aanhet.net
archive  : https://bitbucket.org/phg/context-mirror/commits/
wiki : http://contextgarden.net
___


[NTG-context] splitted xtable with repeating headers and placetable

2020-04-04 Thread Geert Dobbels
Hello,

Code below shows some behaviour I cannot explain (csv file attached):

- If I run the code below as is, I get what I want, except that the
header line of the table does not repeat at the top of each page.
- Changing "split=yes" to "split=repeat" in the setupxtable gives me
repeating headers, but the table starts at the second page, leaving the
first page with only the text line and all the rest as blank spaces.
- Placing the table in a float by activating the 3 commented lines gives
me an error ("extra } or forgotten endgroup") pointing to the external
figure in my page header overlay.  Replacing the \placefigure. in
the page header by ordinary text makes the error go away, but is no
solution, since I need the company logo picture there, and even then
with no error, the headers do not repeat.
- With the table in a float, I manage to get repeating headers when I
change to "split=yes" and "headers=repeat" in the \setupxtable, but I
still get the abovementioned error as soon as I want to put my figure
back in the page header..

Any suggestions ?

Geert




\usemodule[handlecsv]

\opencsvfile{systaprov2.csv}

\setuppapersize[A4, landscape]

\setuplayout[location=middle, width=27.5cm, height=18cm,
backspace=1cm,header=4cm]

\setuppagenumbering[state=stop]

\setupcaptions[location=none]

\setupbackgrounds[header][text][background={Logos}, state=repeat]

\setupnumbering [location=]

\setupframed[offset=none]

\defineoverlay

[Logos][{

\framed[width=\textwidth,

height=3cm,

align=right,

strut=no,

offset=none,

frame=on,

frameoffset=0.1cm,

corner=round,

radius=0.15cm,

framecolor=darkgray,

background=color,

backgroundcolor=gray,

framecorner=round,

frameradius=0.15cm,

rulethickness=0.05cm]{

\framed[width=0.280\textwidth,

height=3cm,

align=right,

frame=off]

{\placefigure[force][]{none}{\externalfigure[somepic.png][height=1.9cm]} }

\framed[width=0.430\textwidth,

height=3cm,

align=middle,

frame=off]

{\crlf\tfa \crlf \bf Technical Report}

\framed[width=0.370\textwidth,

height=3cm,

align=middle,

frame=off]

{\tfx \crlf Annex T.2.3. \crlf \tfx Date of issue: \crlf \currentdate
\crlf page \pagenumber of \lastpage}

}

}]

%\setupfloat[table][default={force,split}]

\setupxtable[offset=0cm,

frame=off,

bottomframe=on,

framecolor=gray,

option=stretch,

split=yes,

header=repeat,

align=middle]

\setupxtable[head][background=color,

backgroundcolor=gray,

topframe=on,

bottomframe=on,

framecolor=black,

foregroundcolor=blue]

\setupxtable[left][align=right]

\starttext

Some lines of text. This text must come just before the table, but only
on the first page of the table

\startbuffer[loop]

\startxrow

\startxcell[left] \cA \stopxcell

\startxcell[left] \cB \stopxcell

\startxcell[left] \cC \stopxcell

\startxcell[left] \cD \stopxcell

\startxcell \cE \stopxcell

\startxcell[left] \cF \stopxcell

\startxcell \cG \stopxcell

\startxcell \cH \stopxcell

\doifdefined{cI}{\startxcell \cI \stopxcell}

\doifdefined{cJ}{\startxcell \cJ \stopxcell}

\doifdefined{cK}{\startxcell [left] \cK \stopxcell}

\stopxrow

\stopbuffer

%\startplacetable[]

\startxtable

\startxtablehead[head]

\doloopif{\lineno}{<}{2}{\getbuffer[loop]}

\stopxtablehead

\startxtablebody

\doloopif{\lineno}{>}{1}{\getbuffer[loop]}

\stopxtablebody

\stopxtable

%\stopplacetable

\stoptext

Nº;Subject;Dirno;Tano; Date;Corr;VAVE; Stage; Remark
ab;asdfa a fasddf  qgt qhq tr hq qhqhr ;EFERT;21-54-322-32-;12/12/20;ERTF; all;1;b
sg;afae a t hyj wy  thjqh jqtj  ;7GSD;25-65-89-45; -; 2018/1832; all; N/A;
ab;asdfa a fasddf  qgt qhq tr hq qhqhr ;EFERT;21-54-322-32-;12/12/20;ERTF; all;1;b
sg;afae a t hyj wy  thjqh jqtj  ;7GSD;25-65-89-45; -; 2018/1832; all; N/A;
ab;asdfa a fasddf  qgt qhq tr hq qhqhr ;EFERT;21-54-322-32-;12/12/20;ERTF; all;1;b
sg;afae a t hyj wy  thjqh jqtj  ;7GSD;25-65-89-45; -; 2018/1832; all; N/A;
ab;asdfa a fasddf  qgt qhq tr hq qhqhr ;EFERT;21-54-322-32-;12/12/20;ERTF; all;1;b
sg;afae a t hyj wy  thjqh jqtj  ;7GSD;25-65-89-45; -; 2018/1832; all; N/A;
ab;asdfa a fasddf  qgt qhq tr hq qhqhr ;EFERT;21-54-322-32-;12/12/20;ERTF; all;1;b
sg;afae a t hyj wy  thjqh jqtj  ;7GSD;25-65-89-45; -; 2018/1832; all; N/A;
ab;asdfa a fasddf  qgt qhq tr hq qhqhr ;EFERT;21-54-322-32-;12/12/20;ERTF; all;1;b
sg;afae a t hyj wy  thjqh jqtj  ;7GSD;25-65-89-45; -; 2018/1832; all; N/A;
ab;asdfa a fasddf  qgt qhq tr hq qhqhr ;EFERT;21-54-322-32-;12/12/20;ERTF; all;1;b
sg;afae a t hyj wy  thjqh jqtj  ;7GSD;25-65-89-45; -; 2018/1832; all; N/A;
ab;asdfa a fasddf  qgt qhq tr hq qhqhr ;EFERT;21-54-322-32-;12/12/20;ERTF; all;1;b
sg;afae a t hyj wy  thjqh jqtj  ;7GSD;25-65-89-45; -; 2018/1832; all; N/A;
ab;asdfa a fasddf  qgt qhq tr hq qhqhr ;EFERT;21-54-322-32-;12/12/20;ERTF; all;1;b
sg;afae a t hyj wy  thjqh jqtj  ;7GSD;25-65-89-45; -; 2018/1832; all; N/A;
ab;asdfa a fasddf  qgt qhq tr hq qhqhr ;EFERT;21-54-322-32-;12/12/20;ERTF; all;1;b
sg;afae a t hyj wy  thjqh jqtj  ;7GSD;25-65-89-45; -; 2018/1832; all; N/A;
ab;asdfa a fasddf  qgt 

Re: [NTG-context] xtable headers and handlecsv loop

2020-04-03 Thread Geert Dobbels
Wolfgang,

Thanks for this.  It works, however, the page where the table starts has
three lines of text before the table starts.  After inserting
"split=repeat", the table jumps to the next page, leaving the rest of
the page with the three lines of text completely blank.  This did not
happen without the "split=repeat".

Geert



On 03/04/2020 12:18, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:
> Geert Dobbels schrieb am 03.04.2020 um 11:57:
>> Hello,
>>
>> The sample below has 2 problems I cannot find the solution for:
>>
>> I am reading a table from a CSV file and want to typeset it via \xtable.
>>
>> The xtable as defined below works, it splits over several pages, but
>> the header does not repeat. I have seen examples in the mailing list
>> where people put the "\startxtable.\stopxtable" within a
>> \placefigure, but as soon as I try this, I get an error message:
>> "missing } or endgroup", although I doublechecked the "}" and I see
>> no error.
>>
>> The other issue I have: Since xtable requires me to read the header
>> line separately in order to put it between \startxtablehead and
>> \stopxtablehead, I access the csv buffer twice: the first time, I
>> only read the first line, and the second time, I read starting from
>> the second line. My problem here is that I do not know beforehand the
>> number of lines in the csv file. So in my second \doloopfromto I give
>> the second argument a number high enough to be sure it reads all the
>> lines. It works fine, but I would like to know if there is a way to
>> read the number of lines in the csv file to use the exact number of
>> lines, instead of guessing.
>>
>> \usemodule[handlecsv]
>>
>> \opencsvfile{systaprov2.csv}
>>
>> \starttext
>>
>>
>> \startbuffer[loop]
>> \startxrow
>> \startxcell[left] \cA \stopxcell
>> \startxcell[left] \cB \stopxcell
>> \startxcell[left] \cC \stopxcell
>> \startxcell[left] \cD \stopxcell
>> \startxcell \cE \stopxcell
>> \startxcell[left] \cF \stopxcell
>> \startxcell \cG \stopxcell
>> \startxcell \cH \stopxcell
>> \doifdefined{cI}{\startxcell \cI \stopxcell}
>> \doifdefined{cJ}{\startxcell \cJ \stopxcell}
>> \doifdefined{cK}{\startxcell [left] \cK \stopxcell}
>> \stopxrow
>> \stopbuffer
>>
>> \setupxtable[offset=0cm,
>> frame=off,
>> bottomframe=on,
>> framecolor=gray,
>> option=stretch,
>> align=middle]
>>
>> \setupxtable[head][background=color,
>> backgroundcolor=gray,
>> topframe=on,
>> bottomframe=on,
>> framecolor=black,
>> foregroundcolor=blue]
>>
>> \setupxtable[left][align=right]
>>
>> \startxtable[header=repeat]
>
> Add "split=repeat" to \startxtable.
>
>> \startxtablehead[head]
>> \doloopfromto{1}{1}{\getbuffer[loop]}
>> \stopxtablehead
>> \startxtablebody
>> \doloopfromto{2}{500}{\getbuffer[loop]}
>> \stopxtablebody
>>
>> \stopxtable
>>
>> \stoptext
>
> Wolfgang

-- 
-- 
*_IHTS Approvals S.L._*
Geert Dobbels
ge...@ihts.eu <mailto:ge...@ihts.eu>
Zubiegi 11, E-01139 Bitoriano (Spain)  0034 945 462633
ihts.eu
___
If your question is of interest to others as well, please add an entry to the 
Wiki!

maillist : ntg-context@ntg.nl / http://www.ntg.nl/mailman/listinfo/ntg-context
webpage  : http://www.pragma-ade.nl / http://context.aanhet.net
archive  : https://bitbucket.org/phg/context-mirror/commits/
wiki : http://contextgarden.net
___


Re: [NTG-context] xtable headers and handlecsv loop

2020-04-03 Thread Geert Dobbels
Pablo,

Gracias, your suggestion with \rownums works.  I will try this one too,
since it is a simpler solution.  By the way, All information I have
about handlecsv comes from the PDF file you wrote.  \rownums and \lineno
are not explained in this document.  Do you know of documentation that
describes those aspects ?

Geert


On 03/04/2020 13:34, Pablo Rodriguez wrote:
> On 4/3/20 12:31 PM, Pablo Rodriguez wrote:
>> On 4/3/20 11:57 AM, Geert Dobbels wrote:
>>> [...]
>>> So in my second \doloopfromto I give the second argument a number
>>> high enough to be sure it reads all the lines. It works fine, but I
>>> would like to know if there is a way to read the number of lines in
>>> the csv file to use the exact number of lines, instead of guessing.
>> If \numrows doesn’t fit your needs, please provide a CSV file with fake
>> data. I cannot guess why a second loop might be required.
> Hi Geert,
>
> this approach is simpler:
>
> \starttext
> \startxtable
> \startxtablehead[head]
> \doloopif{\lineno}{<}{2}{\getbuffer[loop]}
> \stopxtablehead
> \startxtablebody
> \doloopif{\lineno}{>}{1}{\getbuffer[loop]}
> \stopxtablebody
> \stopxtable
> \stoptext
>
> Only loop header with CSV lines numbered below 2, and loop boody with
> CSV lines numbered above 1.
>
> Pablo
> --
> http://www.ousia.tk
> ___
> If your question is of interest to others as well, please add an entry to the 
> Wiki!
>
> maillist : ntg-context@ntg.nl / http://www.ntg.nl/mailman/listinfo/ntg-context
> webpage  : http://www.pragma-ade.nl / http://context.aanhet.net
> archive  : https://bitbucket.org/phg/context-mirror/commits/
> wiki : http://contextgarden.net
> ___

___
If your question is of interest to others as well, please add an entry to the 
Wiki!

maillist : ntg-context@ntg.nl / http://www.ntg.nl/mailman/listinfo/ntg-context
webpage  : http://www.pragma-ade.nl / http://context.aanhet.net
archive  : https://bitbucket.org/phg/context-mirror/commits/
wiki : http://contextgarden.net
___


[NTG-context] xtable headers and handlecsv loop

2020-04-03 Thread Geert Dobbels
Hello,

The sample below has 2 problems I cannot find the solution for:

I am reading a table from a CSV file and want to typeset it via \xtable.

The xtable as defined below works, it splits over several pages, but the
header does not repeat. I have seen examples in the mailing list where
people put the "\startxtable.\stopxtable" within a \placefigure, but
as soon as I try this, I get an error message: "missing } or endgroup",
although I doublechecked the "}" and I see no error.

The other issue I have: Since xtable requires me to read the header line
separately in order to put it between \startxtablehead and
\stopxtablehead, I access the csv buffer twice: the first time, I only
read the first line, and the second time, I read starting from the
second line. My problem here is that I do not know beforehand the number
of lines in the csv file. So in my second \doloopfromto I give the
second argument a number high enough to be sure it reads all the lines.
It works fine, but I would like to know if there is a way to read the
number of lines in the csv file to use the exact number of lines,
instead of guessing.

\usemodule[handlecsv]


\opencsvfile{systaprov2.csv}

\starttext


\startbuffer[loop]

\startxrow

\startxcell[left] \cA \stopxcell

\startxcell[left] \cB \stopxcell

\startxcell[left] \cC \stopxcell

\startxcell[left] \cD \stopxcell

\startxcell \cE \stopxcell

\startxcell[left] \cF \stopxcell

\startxcell \cG \stopxcell

\startxcell \cH \stopxcell

\doifdefined{cI}{\startxcell \cI \stopxcell}

\doifdefined{cJ}{\startxcell \cJ \stopxcell}

\doifdefined{cK}{\startxcell [left] \cK \stopxcell}

\stopxrow

\stopbuffer

\setupxtable[offset=0cm,

frame=off,

bottomframe=on,

framecolor=gray,

option=stretch,

align=middle]

\setupxtable[head][background=color,

backgroundcolor=gray,

topframe=on,

bottomframe=on,

framecolor=black,

foregroundcolor=blue]

\setupxtable[left][align=right]

\startxtable[header=repeat]

\startxtablehead[head]

\doloopfromto{1}{1}{\getbuffer[loop]}

\stopxtablehead

\startxtablebody

\doloopfromto{2}{500}{\getbuffer[loop]}

\stopxtablebody

\stopxtable

\stoptext

___
If your question is of interest to others as well, please add an entry to the 
Wiki!

maillist : ntg-context@ntg.nl / http://www.ntg.nl/mailman/listinfo/ntg-context
webpage  : http://www.pragma-ade.nl / http://context.aanhet.net
archive  : https://bitbucket.org/phg/context-mirror/commits/
wiki : http://contextgarden.net
___


Re: [NTG-context] Context install from Texlive2016 mtxrun problem

2017-02-28 Thread Geert Dobbels

Pablo,

Thanks for your reply, everything works fine now.  I left texlive on my 
system since I need it for a couple of other things, but uninstalled the 
context modules.


Geert

On 28/02/17 17:34, Pablo Rodriguez wrote:

On 02/28/2017 02:23 PM, Geert Dobbels wrote:

Hello,

After several years away from Context, I would like to start using it
again and encounter the following problem:

I am on a Fedora 25 system, 64bit machine and installed context from the
rpm repositories via dnf.  The repositories contain a Texlive 2016 version.

I installed "texlive" and "texlive-context" from those repositories, and
context works out of the box.

Hi Geert,

I’m on Fedora 25, but my laptop is old (so, mine is a 32bit machine).

When I came back to ConTeXt, I installed it from TeX Live. But after
some use (and the kind advice from different people in this list), I
decided to install the ConTeXt Suite.

It is as simple as:

time (cd && mkdir temp-ctx-install && cd temp-ctx-install &&\
rsync -ptv rsync://contextgarden.net/minimals/setup/first-setup.sh . &&\
./first-setup.sh --modules=all && cd &&\
source temp-ctx-install/tex/setuptex && mtxrunjit --generate)

With a decent internet connection it only takes two minutes to download
(the command "time" is there to measure things ;-)).

Why do I write this? Because I had the same thoughts (“Installing a beta
version? Crazy!”). And now I don’t have any other TeX distribution
installed on my system ;-).

Since the installation is portable, you may install it besides your TeX
Live ConTeXt. Depending on your free space available, you may have
different betas in the same computer. After all, they aren’t installed
on the system.

All you have to do is to invoke (before running ConTeXt):

   source /directory-where-context-suite-is-placed/tex/setuptex

All paths will be loaded and everything will be fine.

Using the current beta, you have latest implementations available and
you avoid dealing with ancient bugs.

BTW, "mtxrun --generate" might help you with the issue you reported.
(Not tested, since I don’t want to install TeX Live :-).)

Just in case it helps,

Pablo


--
--
*_IHTS Approvals S.L._*
Geert Dobbels ge...@ihts.eu <mailto:ge...@ihts.eu>
Zubiegi 11, E-01139 Bitoriano (Spain)  0034 945 462633
Vrijbosstraat 11, B-8020 Hertsberge (Belgium)   0032 50 580 140
ihts.eu
___
If your question is of interest to others as well, please add an entry to the 
Wiki!

maillist : ntg-context@ntg.nl / http://www.ntg.nl/mailman/listinfo/ntg-context
webpage  : http://www.pragma-ade.nl / http://context.aanhet.net
archive  : https://bitbucket.org/phg/context-mirror/commits/
wiki : http://contextgarden.net
___

[NTG-context] Context install from Texlive2016 mtxrun problem

2017-02-28 Thread Geert Dobbels

Hello,

After several years away from Context, I would like to start using it 
again and encounter the following problem:


I am on a Fedora 25 system, 64bit machine and installed context from the 
rpm repositories via dnf.  The repositories contain a Texlive 2016 version.


I installed "texlive" and "texlive-context" from those repositories, and 
context works out of the box.


The problem is with mtxrun: it seems unable to find the scripts. The 
scripts are installed in


/usr/share/texlive/texmf-dist/scripts/context/lua

When I invoke "mtxrun --script" from any place, I get a "no script name 
given" without the expected list of available scripts
wheni I invoke the same from the scripts directory, I get the list of 
available scripts as expected.


When I invoke "mtxrun --script fonts --list --all" from any directory, I 
get "unknown script 'font.lua' or mtx-font.lua'
the same comand from the directory where the scripts are located gives 
"mtx-fonts.lua:135: attempt to index global 'fonts' (a nil value)"


Is this supposed to work out of the box, or do I still have to manually 
configure some details as in older texlive versions ?
(could not find anything in the context wiki or maillist that helps me 
to solve this problem)



Geert
___
If your question is of interest to others as well, please add an entry to the 
Wiki!

maillist : ntg-context@ntg.nl / http://www.ntg.nl/mailman/listinfo/ntg-context
webpage  : http://www.pragma-ade.nl / http://context.aanhet.net
archive  : https://bitbucket.org/phg/context-mirror/commits/
wiki : http://contextgarden.net
___

[NTG-context] mkiv in endless loop

2013-02-10 Thread geert dobbels
Hello,

I have been using context rather extensively until 2008 and then moved to
another job where I did not use anything tex related.  After those nearly 5
years, I decided to pick up context again.

I wanted to try mkiv because the possibility of using openfonts looked
interesting, so I made a tex file based on one that worked years ago,
changed the font definitions to the texgyre fonts and gave it a try.  The
font defs seem to be ok (at least there are no error msges related to
fonts) but after context gets through my tex file, it enters an endless
loop which I have to interrupt.  I checked the file over and over and
cannot find any error.  I tested a short hello world tex file, and that
one worked fine.

any clues on what could be going on here ?

This is the log file after running context (shortened because it is a long
one):

(/home/geert/homologation/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/cont-yes.mkiv

ConTeXt  ver: 2013.02.05 22:32 MKIV  fmt: 2013.2.8  int: dutch/dutch

system   cont-new.mkiv geladen
(/home/geert/homologation/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/cont-new.mkiv
system   beware: some patches loaded from cont-new.mkiv
)
system   files  jobname: R79_OVA, input: R79_OVA, result: R79_OVA
fontslatin modern fonts are not preloaded
languagestaal nl is actief
(R79_OVA.tex{/home/geert/homologation/context/tex/texmf-context/fonts/map/pdftex/context/mkiv-base.map}
fontspreloading latin modern fonts (second stage)
fontstypescripts  unknown: library 'loc'
{/home/geert/homologation/context/tex/texmf/fonts/map/dvips/lm/lm-math.map}{/home/geert/homologation/context/tex/texmf/fonts/map/dvips/lm/lm-rm.map}
fontsfallback modern rm 12pt wordt geladen

% begin of command line arguments
%
% kindofrun= 1
% fulljobname  = ./R79_OVA.tex
% no-parse-first-line  = true
% input= ./R79_OVA.tex
% currentrun   = 1
%
% end of command line arguments

% begin of command line files
%
% 1  ./R79_OVA.tex
%
% end of command line files

(../homolo.tex)
floatblocks  volgorde verstoord
floatblocks  1 geplaatst
backend  xmp  using file
'/home/geert/homologation/context/tex/texmf-context/tex/context/base/lpdf-pdx.xml'
 Fotos/star.jpg
pagesflushing realpage 1, userpage 1

Overfull \hbox (11.7pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 23--27
[][][]

\hbox(10.88643+19.35356)x483.69684, direction TLT
.\whatsit
..\localinterlinepenalty=0
..\localbrokenpenalty=0
..\localleftbox=null
..\localrightbox=null
.\hbox(0.0+0.0)x0.0, direction TLT
.\hbox(10.88643+19.35356)x495.69681, direction TLT
..\hbox(10.88643+4.23357)x56.9055, direction TLT
...\vbox(0.0+15.12)x56.9055, shifted -10.88643, direction TLT []
..\glue 11.7
..\hbox(10.88643+19.35356)x426.79134, direction TLT
...\vbox(0.0+30.23999)x426.79134, shifted -10.88643, direction TLT []
.\penalty 1
.\glue(\parfillskip) 0.0 plus 1.0fil
.etc.

SHORTENED


Overfull \hbox (40.59882pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 79--81
[][][] \3corpo-10pt-rm-tf-0-a-0 In over-een-stem-ming met EG Richt-lijn
76/114*78/507

\hbox(10.88643+4.23357)x213.39566, glue set - 1.0, direction TLT
.\whatsit
..\localinterlinepenalty=0
..\localbrokenpenalty=0
..\localleftbox=null
..\localrightbox=null
.\hbox(0.0+0.0)x0.0, direction TLT
.\hbox(10.88643+4.23357)x0.0, direction TLT
.\penalty 1
.\glue 0.0
.etc.


Overfull \hbox (15.91484pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 79--81
\3corpo-10pt-rm-it-0-a-0 In ac-cor-dan-ce with EC Di-rec-ti-ve
76/114*78/507

\hbox(8.23198+0.216)x213.39566, glue set - 1.0, direction TLT
.\3corpo-10pt-rm-it-0-a-0 I
.\3corpo-10pt-rm-it-0-a-0 n
.\glue 3.0 plus 1.5 minus 1.0
.\3corpo-10pt-rm-it-0-a-0 a
.\3corpo-10pt-rm-it-0-a-0 c
.etc.


Overfull \hbox (23.2pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 75--81
[][][]

\hbox(10.88643+49.59355)x483.69684, direction TLT
.\whatsit
..\localinterlinepenalty=0
..\localbrokenpenalty=0
..\localleftbox=null
..\localrightbox=null
.\hbox(0.0+0.0)x0.0, direction TLT
.\hbox(10.88643+49.59355)x507.69676, direction TLT
..\hbox(10.88643+4.23357)x56.9055, direction TLT
...\vbox(0.0+15.12)x56.9055, shifted -10.88643, direction TLT []
..\glue 11.7
..\hbox(10.88643+49.59355)x213.39566, direction TLT
...\vbox(0.0+60.47998)x213.39566, shifted -10.88643, direction TLT []
..\glue 11.7
..\hbox(10.88643+49.59355)x213.39566, direction TLT
...\vbox(0.0+60.47998)x213.39566, shifted -10.88643, direction TLT []
.\penalty 1
.\glue(\parfillskip) 0.0 plus 1.0fil
.etc.


SHORTENED

Overfull \hbox (11.7pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 108--112
[][][]

\hbox(10.88643+19.35356)x483.69684, direction TLT
.\whatsit
..\localinterlinepenalty=0
..\localbrokenpenalty=0
..\localleftbox=null
..\localrightbox=null
.\hbox(0.0+0.0)x0.0, direction TLT
.\hbox(10.88643+19.35356)x495.69681, direction TLT
..\hbox(10.88643+4.23357)x56.9055, direction TLT
...\vbox(0.0+15.12)x56.9055, shifted -10.88643, direction TLT []
..\glue